STREET PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP
♥ with an artistic twist and personal guiding of Paris ♥
I started to photo shoot the streets of Paris in 2009, long before I photo shot couples, weddings and styled photography. But I didn´t only photo shoot typical street photo, I also wanted to capture the "empty" Paris, not necessarily empty in real, but to make it look empty in the photo. That kind of photos I´ve been selling worldwide since through different art companies and interior stores. My style of street photography is something I hope can look good on a wall.
In my workshop, I will show you what to look for, how to look for it and also my favorites spots in Paris for photos. I will give you a photo challenge through the day, to help you keep your eyes open and your mind focus.
I will of course also go through technique and settings of your camera.
We will focus on:
Image Composition / Story telling - Architecture / Environments - Lights / Moods - People / Portraits - Perception / Action - Moments / Camera Technology / Graduation - Contact / Attendance -
Movement / Action
♥ + I am a super social person, + I know the streets of Paris by heart, and + you will have a great time! ♥
when & where?
*My dates for this workshop is pretty open, all year around. If you are a group it´s easy to arrange a date that works for me.
The workshop is a full day, it will take place in central Paris. Exact details after booking.
The workshop run from 10:00 am until around 6:00 pm depending on light and location.
We will meet for coffee to commence the day and finish with a debrief and dinner in a Restaurant at Place Pigalle for more inspiration and chat.
Maximum 6 photographers attending each Workshop.
Price 250 Euros/person, dinner included (!)
(Lunch and refreshments are not included during the day)
DATES: to be determined.
stay tuned for updates or send me a email for specific requests, organized groups etc.
Meet The Street Photo Team
what do i need?
You need a camera with M, Tv and Av modes. Recommended lenses are: 24-70, 35, 50 or 135 mm.
If you don’t have any of those lenses, bring the ones you have.